Edited Book

ATEE Spring Conference 2020-2021

Book of Abstracts
  • Edited by:
  • Maria Ranieri,
  • Laura Menichetti,
  • Stefano Cuomo,
  • Davide Parmigiani,
  • Marta Pellegrini,

This book collects some of the works presented at ATEE Florence Spring Conference 2020-2021. The Conference, originally planned for May 2020, was forcefully postponed due to the dramatic insurgence of the pandemic. Despite the difficulties in this period, the Organising Committee decided anyway to keep it, although online and more than one year later, not to disperse the huge work of authors, mainly teachers, who had to face one of the hardest challenges in the last decades, in a historic period where the promotion of social justice and equal opportunities – through digital technologies and beyond – is a key factor for democratic citizenship in our societies.
The Organising Committee, the University of Florence, and ATEE wish to warmly thank all the authors for their commitment and understanding, which ensured the success of the Conference. We hope this book could be, not only a witness of these pandemic times, but a hopeful sign for an equal and inclusive education in all countries.

  • Keywords:
  • Teacher Education,
  • Media literacy,
  • Digital learning,
  • Social Justice,
  • Inclusion,
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Maria Ranieri

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-8080-5436

Laura Menichetti

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-2362-2748

Stefano Cuomo

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-3174-7337

Davide Parmigiani

University of Genoa, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-0985-3862

Marta Pellegrini

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-9806-3231

Maria Ranieri, PhD, is Professor of Education, Media and Technology at the Department of Education, Languages, Interculture, Literatures and Psychology at the University of Firenze. Her research interests include theory and methodology relating to media and technology in education, as well as work around teachers’ practices and students’ learning particularly focusing on critical digital literacy education.

Laura Menichetti holds a PhD in Education and is Professor in the field of Didactics, Special Pedagogy and Educational Research at the University of Firenze. She also holds a PhD in Engineering and previously acted as Executive of IBM and Lenovo. Her current research interests include methods and technologies for educational inclusive design, and quality management systems in education, through evidence-based studies.

Stefano Cuomo, PhD, is research fellow at Department of Education, Languages, Interculture, Literatures and Psychology at the University of Firenze. He is an Engineer, with specific competences in project management, working from more than 30 years on bringing technological innovation to education and society.

Davide Parmigiani is currently Associate Professor of Education at the Department of Education, University of Genova. He is President of ATEE (Association for Teacher Education in Europe). He is board member of WFATE (World Federation of Associations of Teacher Education). His research interests are focused on teacher education, teaching and assessing strategies, educational technology. His current project is Global Competence in Teacher Education.

Marta Pellegrini, PhD, is a fixed-term researcher in Experimental Pedagogy at the Department of Education, Languages, Interculture, Literature and Psychology of the University of Firenze. Her research interests include evidence-based education, systematic reviews, and experimental evaluation.
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